FAEE’s goal is to improve quality of life for people living in
African and other countries through empowering human resources with basic life
skills needed in the world of work to foster high productivity and positive
thinking and agricultural empowerment.
FAEE train students in Agricultural fields of Crop production, Animal production
and Management, Agribusiness Management, Landscape Gardening and Human nutrition
and Dietetics in partnership with IABC.
To offer Practical Education that matches the expectations of the world of work
in Business and entrepreneurial skills and Cooperative Movement. FAEE in partnership
with IABC aims therefore at creating skilled and enlightened human resources capable
of solving the current and future societal problems. We are moving away from the
education system that emphasizes excellent academic performance and increased
credentials that has produced millions of non-performing citizens to the ones who
apply their knowledge, skills and right attitudes in solving societal challenges.
We promote economic security in the community. Financial wisdom is lacking and
millions are burying their heads ostrich-like position hoping that things will get
better soon. They forget that the distance between them and what they want to be,
To provide Psycho-social agricultural cognitive support and healthy living among
our clients. Youth under- and unemployment, and gender discrimination, in food systems
and value chains still exist, particularly at higher levels of food systems and value
chains where they are mainly dominated by men. FAEE in partnership with IABC aims to
address youth and gender challenges in food systems and agribusiness. Areas that
we cover are three-fold; firstly, specifically seeking employment and/or business
opportunities and acquiring entrepreneurial competencies. Secondly, unpacking household
dynamics, cultural norms and biases, and how these create barriers for young women and men.
Thirdly, applying a food systems model to enterprise specific contexts to better understand
opportunities and constraints.
To engage in such other activities, not prohibited by law, as the board of Governors may from
time to time determine.